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A Theme of Tolerance, Inclusion at this Year's Tony Awards

A Theme of Tolerance, Inclusion at this Year's Tony Awards

By Jocelyn Noveck | Jun 11
A small-scale, intimate musical about hard-won cultural understanding was an altogether apt Tony winner on a night where tolerance and inclusion were constant themes.

The Tony Awards This Year May Need Some Help from The Boss

The Tony Awards This Year May Need Some Help from The Boss

By Mark Kennedy | Jun 10
The Tony Awards kick off on Sunday night with a pair of first-time hosts and no clear show juggernaut like "Hamilton" to watch vacuum up statuettes, but the production will get a likely assist by The Boss - Bruce Springsteen.

Josh Groban, Sara Bareilles Rely on Each Other for Tony Gig

Josh Groban, Sara Bareilles Rely on Each Other for Tony Gig

By John Carucci and Mark Kennedy | Jun 8
Josh Groban and Sara Bareilles say they're glad they're hosting Sunday's Tony Awards together, in part because of their banter.

 Review :: Les Liaisons Dangereuses
Boston, MA

Review :: Les Liaisons Dangereuses

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 6
Ready for some dangerous fun? Catch this production, the moral of which is as sharp as its one-liners.

 Review :: Fun Home
Boston, MA

Review :: Fun Home

By Wickham Boyle | Jun 5
The Tony-winning hit "Fun Home" receives its regional theater premiere in a first-rate production at the Hudson Valley's Center for Performing Arts in Rhinebeck, N.Y.

 Review :: Ain't Misbehavin'
Boston, MA

Review :: Ain't Misbehavin'

By Will Demers | Jun 5
Choreographed and directed by Gerry McIntyre with musical direction by Christopher Davis, this production is a real treat; not only is the music extremely well done, the talented cast lend some vocal gravitas to this season's opener.

Aaron Patrick Craven Opens Up About 'Dirty Dancing' on Stage

Aaron Patrick Craven Opens Up About 'Dirty Dancing' on Stage

By Kilian Melloy | Jun 5
"Dirty Dancing" star Aaron Patrick Craven, a Missouri native, tells EDGE about the story's longevity, growing up with the film and being cast in the stage musical, and this version is everything you loved about the film... and more.

 Review :: On The Town. Boston Pops.
Boston, MA

Review :: On The Town. Boston Pops.

By Robert Nesti | Jun 1
Leonard Bernstein's score to "On The Town" never sounded quite as rich as it did with the Boston Pops in a concert version of the 1944 musical. Nor has the show been as much fun.

Nancy Carroll Takes the Reins for Greater Boston Stage Company's 'Calendar Girls'
Boston, MA

Nancy Carroll Takes the Reins for Greater Boston Stage Company's 'Calendar Girls'

Jun 1
EDGE had the pleasure of chatting with Nancy Carroll about the success of this charming true story, and the rare pleasure of a theatrical work in which the guys are decidedly outnumbered by strong female characters.

 Review :: The Last Act
Boston, MA

Review :: The Last Act

By Clinton Campbell | May 31
"The Last Act" is a taut and unsettling 80 minutes that tackles Israel's view of Palestine through the mash up of rehearsals for a loosely translated "Miss Julie" by Strindberg against the Israeli military's surveillance state.

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